Download our industry guide for everything you need to know!
On 1st October 2021, new regulations came into effect for businesses selling foods prepackaged for direct sale on premises (PPDS).
Everything you need to know and to prepare for Natasha’s Law can be found in this guide, including:
What Natasha’s Law is, and why it is so important
A guide to new product labelling
A review of 14 main allergens
A definition of PPDS and explanation of what foods are included
How to construct an allergen management plan
To download your copy of the guide, complete the form opposite.
In 2016, the death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse resulting from a food allergy drew national attention. The outcome was a legal case that brought about the upcoming change in legislation.
Known as Natasha’s Law, the new rules – explained in our guide – are due to come into effect on 1st October 2021.
While some businesses may be concerned about the impact and cost of adapting their business to the changes, they needn’t be. Kafoodle can help organisations of all sizes meet the new guidelines without busting budgets.
If you want to know how Kafoodle can help your company adapt to the requirements of Natasha’s Law, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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